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FOOTBALL NOTES.

FOOTBALL NOTES.

THX ftENI-riHAL AT PKUtT BAIL Cop notopoUtioo h»« b«n »n Mirprue*. &od the p»me which r«sall«d io tb* q| , *' by bs ftddted loox 1mAo( Abbw tb« ** hich. on lorm, obould h*v« m»« with a revtrtM. Not the W»oder*r9 I*ck*l support«rt; form tb« County eie««*o baa not be«a aot M inap.
23 March 1896 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BIRTHS. W>«ttiAc SMd. «• wife Bootii. jua.. oi -* *u u.e ion.. M A*a Qro.e, Kew4. Wytd* OMm. Um wife

BIRTHS. W>«ttiAc SMd. «• wife Bootii. jua.. oi -* *u u.e ion.. M A*a Qro.e, Kew4. Wytd* OMm. Um wife

W. A. Metibewt a aoo.
23 March 1896 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
pOOK’S CARRIAGE DRIVES. DTKEBIKS.—Jcne 10. SFKCLAJ. EXPRESS. ftLANSTTZLO tad Back. Cvrraje zo Rdwinstowe. Thorosby, Weitxck. tad Maocdrld. Par* 13*-. lAncheoa

pOOK’S CARRIAGE DRIVES. DTKEBIKS.—Jcne 10. SFKCLAJ. EXPRESS. ftLANSTTZLO tad Back. Cvrraje zo Rdwinstowe. Thorosby, Weitxck. tad Maocdrld. Par* 13*-. lAncheoa

and Meet Te». Three p m. , OOTSWOLDS.-«vy;»T Wads bad JIT. to Cheltoohans. Chmas* BKOAJ>WAV. and EVESHAM. Fare. IxmcbcOT. 12*. 6d. Bookion dose Twelve coon Taoedar. Apply. Stophensos fTaoe, and 9t. New Street. 1012
08 June 1896 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
OTTB TTry. RPMT VALUE DT RXT J/. trr.it GOODS FOB o^tm

OTTB TTry. RPMT VALUE DT RXT J/. trr.it GOODS FOB o^tm

OTTB TTry. VALUE J/. trr.it GOODS FOB o^tm H. Sassons and Co, LARGEST STOCK IN THE TRADE TO SELECT FROM. H. Sassons and Co, ALL GOODS BY THEIR OWN TABU OR BY RAIL FREE. BUTT YEZB 09LT ADDRESS >- H. and Co, THE COMPLETE HOUSE 89 and 91, NEW STREET. TTARNESS. HADDLKKT, RDSTI.ESS BI
08 June 1896 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
MUSICAL BXDB 19 THB GREAT HALL KTRKT SATURDAY

MUSICAL BXDB 19 THB GREAT HALL KTRKT SATURDAY

MUSICAL THB GREAT HALL SATURDAY ~A SECRET - hj>a to put beßoUfn. tij' .kUborto bam •> beMianu pa*«l-Ufe ctov Caffs. m luring the NEW DOflomy GI-AEK. TbecooeoaiJ murratlottr; o child coo use it. Trr mkl tor Hoia «»>iyvtif by Grocer* Id. M. —MoiatfntcrT**. O. sad 00, 59. EdghMSoo D
08 June 1896 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
RUBBER STAMPS Macafactarcd typea BperWUiw to far TMnI te.—HUUOOK BOS. U6. '^ fJ MITH - J * NEW CARPETS. &

RUBBER STAMPS Macafactarcd typea BperWUiw to far TMnI te.—HUUOOK BOS. U6. '^ fJ MITH - J * NEW CARPETS. &

|J> »r« offering in 9f m**e Tb«ycm *tv« pood Anmaatcr (ran ’* fid., •ltd tfectr •« Jft, ttWjd. mu-pMand •oy Oarpet offered to lb© lr*d» Ho •sire ter Malunf. and Kittln* ; ©verTtblnc tncJurfy*. Sa M. •nd 3a. llVyd. J. 9ftOTu offer Uwv oriclrAl qoalltT HnMjeU • fabrir. well made l
08 June 1896 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
X ltorp—* IW—t > 010. Itoftr Mtofl.

X ltorp—* IW—t > 010. Itoftr Mtofl.

08 June 1896 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
ARRIVAL OF SIR H. ROBINSON. WITNESSES FOR THE JAMESON TRJAT.

ARRIVAL OF SIR H. ROBINSON. WITNESSES FOR THE JAMESON TRJAT.

The Cape mail boat Tartar arrived Plymouth late Saturday night with Sir Hercules Robinson, Governor of Cape Colony, and Sir Graham Bower, Imperial Secretary. on board. Both officials declined to bo interviewed. Sir Hercules had couple of man mounted over bis cabin. Sir Graham Bo
08 June 1896 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE OUTRAGES IN CRETE.

THE OUTRAGES IN CRETE.

GHASTLY Tima oomepcmdent Cameb. Fndaji, aftva that altboogh quiet is restored there pmt &isra etui prrr&ils among the ChnsUaaa. who »«sm that nothing bat the preeeDoe of the foreign warship* hie ■•rod them from mantcre. The ebona of the Cbmtoai remain cloned. Upwards 10,000 troo
08 June 1896 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE ITALIAN GREEN BOOKS. DISCUSSION IN THE CHAMBER.

THE ITALIAN GREEN BOOKS. DISCUSSION IN THE CHAMBER.

THE ITALIAN GREEN BOOKS. DISCUSSION THE CHAMBER. The allusions made in the British House of Cocnmu. i to the Italian Green Books on African affairs led oir on the same subject in the Italian Chamber Deputies Saturday. Signor Fortie said that the docJ meats contained the Green Boo
08 June 1896 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England